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  • Feature: Chinese tea's fragrance drifts into hometown of Ceylon black tea

    After queuing for over 10 minutes, Thilini Thilakarathne, a Sri Lankan teacher from Thurstan College, finally received a bowl of oil tea from south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.


  • China, Sri Lanka collaborate to establish Belt and Road joint laboratory

    A Chinese research team recently visited Sri Lanka to discuss plans to establish a joint laboratory as part of the Belt and Road Initiative, according to the Guizhou University on Monday.


  • China's Chongqing willing to strengthen cooperation with Sri Lanka on trade, poverty alleviation: official

    China's Chongqing Municipality is willing to enhance cooperation with Sri Lanka on the New International Land-Sea Trade Corridor and strengthen collaboration on poverty alleviation, said a Chinese official.


  • Talk with Ambassadors | BRI to create shared prosperity, Sri Lankan Ambassador to China

    The cooperation projects under the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) such as the Colombo Port City and the Hambantota Port help generate employment, generate income, also bring in modern technologies for his country, Sri Lankan Ambassador to China Palitha Kohona said.


  • Chinese firm to set up COVID-19 vaccine plant in Sri Lanka: report

    Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac Biotech would soon set up a COVID-19 vaccine plant in Sri Lanka, India's English daily Hindustan Times has reported.


  • Sri Lankan authority, Huawei launch vocational training institute for local youth

    Sri Lanka's National Apprentice and Industrial Training Authority (NAITA) and Chinese technology company Huawei have jointly launched the NAITA-Huawei Information and Communication Technology Academy for Sri Lankan youth, local media citing a statement from Huawei reported on Monday.


  • Feature: Chinese scientists help Sri Lanka cope with marine disasters, climate change

    On June 2, hundreds of security personnel in COVID-19 protective clothing were busy removing tons of chemical pollutants and plastic from a beach in Colombo. About 9.5 nautical miles into the sea, they could see the charred remains of a foreign vessel swaying in the gusty monsoon wind.


  • Sri Lanka's exports to China up 33 pct from January to February

    Sri Lanka's exports to China grew 33 percent from January to February this year compared to the same period last year, according to provisional statistics released by the Export Development Board (EDB) on Tuesday.


  • Sri Lankan ambassador calls for increased export to China

    Sri Lanka's Ambassador to China Palitha Kohona said the country should increase exports to the Chinese market and reduce dependency on the United States and the European Union, local media reported here Monday.


  • Chinese embassy offers gifts to Sri Lankan students

    Over 700 students from 19 schools in Sri Lankan capital city have received gifts of stationery and panda school bags from the Chinese embassy to Sri Lanka.


  • China donates masks, COVID-19 preventive posters for Sri Lanka's public buses

    The Chinese embassy in Sri Lanka has donated face masks and COVID-19 prevention posters for public buses belonging to the Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) amidst a pandemic which has so far infected over 2,800 people in the island country, a statement from the embassy said Tuesday.


  • Chinese book on battling COVID-19 launched in Sri Lanka

    The China-Sri Lanka Cooperation Studies Center of the Pathfinder Foundation together with the Chinese embassy in Sri Lanka launched on Thursday the Sinhalese translation of the Chinese book "Prevention and Control of COVID-19" which outlines preventive measures against the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • China donates nearly 300,000 face masks to Sri Lankan schools, Election Commission

    China has donated nearly 300,000 face masks to Sri Lankan schools, universities and the country's Election Commission, as the island nation prepared for school reopening and the Aug. 5 parliamentary election, a statement from the Chinese Embassy in Sri Lanka said here Tuesday.


  • China's rolling-stock maker delivers new diesel trains to Sri Lanka

    China's rolling-stock maker CRRC Qingdao Sifang Co. Ltd. on Tuesday shipped the last four class-S14 diesel-electric multiple unit (DEMU) trains to Sri Lanka, which ordered nine in 2017.


  • China, Sri Lanka agree to boost communication, coordination in regional, international affairs

    China and Sri Lanka agreed here Tuesday to boost communication and coordination in regional and international affairs.


  • China, Sri Lanka vow to further promote cooperation, ties

    Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa met separately with Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi here on Tuesday, with both sides pledging to further promote relations between the two countries.


  • Feature: Chinese company helps poverty alleviation in Sri Lanka

    Shantha Jayasiri lives in Pannila, a remote village in western Sri Lanka, about 59 km from the Sri Lankan capital.


  • Spotlight: Sri Lanka eyes int'l market opportunities in Colombo Port City

    With the conclusion of land reclamation in January 2019 and infrastructure development currently in full-swing, the cooperation between China and Sri Lanka in jointly building the Colombo Port City has entered a new stage.


  • Interview: Sri Lanka to learn from China about making cultural shows: corporate executive

    Sri Lanka looks forward to learning from China about making cultural shows, as China has gained international reputation for putting up magnificent shows across the country, CEO of Cinnamon Life Mall and Vice President of Sri Lanka's John Keells Group, Dileep Mudadeniya said.


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